Jehovah's Witnesses are true disciple...

“I am Sisyphus”

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#35791 Aug 5, 2013
Questions that Jehovah's Witnesses do not like to be asked.

If the organization did not actually prophesy the end in 1925 and 1975, then how come so many Witnesses left the faith immediately afterwards?("They lost roughly three-quarters of the movement between 1925 and 1928, then suffered huge losses after 1975, when the end didn't come as they had implied over and over again," said Jim Penton, an ex-Witness who writes entries on Jehovah's Witnesses for the Encyclopedia Americana.)

If the Watchtower organization rejects others calling them "inspired" yet the Watchtower organization does call themselves "God's Spirit-directed Prophet" what is the difference? Is there such a thing as an "uninspired prophet"? See Organization claims inspiration

Has the Society ever taught anything scripturally incorrect? See Prophecy Blunders of the Organization

Might the Society be teaching anything scripturally incorrect now?

Since the Organization has received "new light" regarding the 1914 generation, and completely changed their view on this, does this mean that all the former Jehovah's witnesses who were disfellowshipped years ago for the same view the organization is now teaching will automatically be accepted into fellowship again? Were these Ex-Jw's in fact disfellowshipped for truth and knew things that the governing body did not? See Jw's were disfellowshipped for rejecting generation doctrine

Can Jehovah's Witnesses hold and discuss openly with other Jehovah's Witnesses opinions that differ from orthodox Watch Tower doctrine?

Can individuals read & understand the Bible alone, or do they need an organization and it's publications to do so?

How do you prove from the Bible that 1935 was the year for the selection to heaven stopped due to being filled?

What is the difference between a Catholic appealing to "what the organization tells him" about December 25 being the date of Jesus' birthday and a Jw' appealing to "what the organization tells him" about the date 1935?

Is it not hypocritical when you chide the "poor deluded Catholic" that his faith cannot find a Bible passage to support it, when the same goes for you and 1935?

How do you know that there were any vacancies, if any, in the 144,000 class if Jesus offered this to first century Christians? How can the organization know the exact number of vacancies today without any records from the first century?

Why are you called, "Jehovah's Witnesses" and not "Christians"? Since Jehovah's Witnesses appeal to Isa 43:12; 44:8 for scriptural support that they should be called, "Jehovah's Witnesses" then what was the "new name" prophesied in Isa 62:2? Can't be "Jehovah's Witnesses", for God already used it 20 chapters earlier. Could the new name be "Christian" after our savior "Christ"?

All the answers and much more at:

http://www.bible.ca/jw-questions.htm
Student

Oregon City, OR

#35792 Aug 5, 2013
Yes, Jehovah’s Witnesses are the only ones that truly are Disciples of Jesus Christ.........

“All authority has been given me in heaven and on the earth. Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you. And, look! I am with you all the days until the conclusion of the system of things.”—Matt. 28:18-20.

JESUS CHRIST spoke those words on a mountain in Galilee following his death and resurrection. They were heard by his disciples, including Matthew, who recorded them for our benefit. How many of Jesus’ disciples heard him give this command is not certain. The eleven faithful apostles were present, but there may have been many more.(Matt. 28:16)

It is certain that Jesus Christ was resurrected and there were witnesses to the fact that he commanded his followers to go and make disciples, baptizing them. These words of Jesus came at a very opportune moment, a time when his disciples were needing guidance on what they were to do. Jesus’ command opened up before them a great educational and expansion work that would take place throughout the nations. How it must have thrilled them to receive such a command accompanied with the assurance that Jesus Christ himself would back them in this great worldwide activity!

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35793 Aug 5, 2013
Could there be any misunderstanding about the work that Christ Jesus said was to be done by his true followers until the conclusion of the system of things?

Hardly so.

For the men who heard him speak were his disciples. They knew that a disciple is a learner or a taught one. They must therefore teach others to be followers of Christ such as they themselves were.

There is no doubt about Jesus’ having in mind from the beginning of his earthly ministry the disciple-making work to be carried on by his followers.

The great Master knew how to talk to people in their homes and thus gave many the opportunity to become his disciples. Is there a better place where a person can learn from a visiting teacher?

There is a measure of privacy and one can talk about things with no outside interference. The disciples of Jesus observed how Jesus took advantage of occasions to enter the houses of people and there teach them.

Look at Luke 10:38-42
Now as they were going their way he entered into a certain village. Here a certain woman named Martha received him as guest into the house. 39 This woman also had a sister called Mary, who, however, sat down at the feet of the Lord and kept listening to his word. 40 Martha, on the other hand, was distracted with attending to many duties. So, she came near and said:“Lord, does it not matter to you that my sister has left me alone to attend to things? Tell her, therefore, to join in helping me.” 41 In answer the Lord said to her:“Martha, Martha, you are anxious and disturbed about many things. 42 A few things, though, are needed, or just one. For her part, Mary chose the good portion, and it will not be taken away from her.”

Another person who received Jesus’ instruction at his home was Zacchaeus of Jericho. By teaching there Jesus was able to build up faith that would lead people of that house to salvation, for he said:“This day salvation has come to this house ... For the Son of man came to seek and to save what was lost.” A portion of what occurred and what he taught there about the kingdom of God is recorded at Luke 19:1-27.

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35794 Aug 5, 2013
When Jesus sent out his disciples to preach the Kingdom message in cities and villages, he told them to find lodging for themselves in local homes. While in the house the disciples would be able to speak to the people, for Jesus said:“Wherever anyone does not take you in or listen to your words, on going out of that house or that city shake the dust off your feet.” They were to stay only where people would listen to their words about the Kingdom. Evidently some householders would listen and become disciples and others would reject the opportunity to learn.(Matt. 10:7-14; Luke 10:1-7)

So by both the example of Jesus and personal experience the disciples learned how others could be discipled in the privacy of their homes.

Jesus used all kinds of places and methods to accomplish disciple-making work, taking into account the customs of the people and where they would be assembled together and hear things.

Wherever he had an opportunity, publicly or in private, Jesus spoke the truth to the people and let the light shine, with the result that some became disciples. The extensive record of disciple-making work done by Jesus and how he taught his disciples to observe his commandments assures us that the apostles understood what Jesus meant when he told them to ‘make disciples.’

He made it possible for them to copy his example by taking the lead in the work:“Now when Jesus had finished giving instructions to his twelve disciples, he set out from there to teach and preach in their cities.”(Matt. 10:5–11:1)

Acts of Apostles contains an outstanding report of the disciple-making activities of many of Jesus’ followers. They spread the good news by all practical means throughout the Roman Empire.—Acts 1:8; 16:30-34.

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35795 Aug 5, 2013
Now in modern times a similar work must be done and we too know how to do it.

We have the accounts of Jesus’ ministry and how the disciples successfully carried out disciple-making work in the first century of our era.

Today we are practical also and have used all productive possibilities for spreading the good news to make disciples, including such modern facilities as the printed page, electrical voice-amplification equipment for large meetings, radio broadcasting, telephones, photography, recordings, and so forth.

However, one of our most effective ways of making disciples is by going from house to house, locating interested people and arranging to study the Bible with them in the privacy of their own homes.

Additionally, people are spoken to while traveling, at places of business, during lunchtime, in parks, on public streets, at schools, or wherever opportunities present themselves. With so many different ways open to share in giving the witness, all Christians can find means to participate in it. In some instances the work of making disciples is a cooperative effort of more than one person, just as it was in the first century when Paul explained that he “planted, Apollos watered, but God kept making it grow.”—1 Cor. 3:6.

With the blessing of Jehovah God upon this disciple-making activity, our work has now spread around the world, to people of all the nations, and the number of those sharing in the work has increased to more than 8,000,000 Christian witnesses of Jehovah.—Matt. 24:14.(Making Disciples, p. 270)

“I am Sisyphus”

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#35796 Aug 5, 2013
Student wrote:
Yes, Jehovah’s Witnesses are the only ones that truly are Disciples of Jesus Christ.........

False. JW is just another cult and is JUST LIKE every other "christian" cult using mind control and manipulation of bible verses to support what they want to believe.
Student wrote:
“All authority has been given me in heaven and on the earth. Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you. And, look! I am with you all the days until the conclusion of the system of things.”—Matt. 28:18-20.
JESUS CHRIST spoke those words on a mountain in Galilee following his death and resurrection. They were heard by his disciples, including Matthew, who recorded them for our benefit. How many of Jesus’ disciples heard him give this command is not certain. The eleven faithful apostles were present, but there may have been many more.(Matt. 28:16)

Jesus probably said something like this to people 2,000 years ago. He was not referring to some dipstick cult that would come 2,000 years later. He was taking directly to the people there at that time in words that were not cryptic but meant exactly what listeners then understood them to be.

By making false, blasphemous thinks in the name of Jesus you commit an awful sin.

You simply demonstrate again that you are too fearful to even examine what I am telling you. You can't even LOOK at the information given.

I bet you a Quadrillion bucks that you did not go to the link!!!!!

You prove yourself to be everything I accuse you of being. A petty, egotistical, DESPERATE, fearful, child that has no actual faith in the one true God (Yahweh).

Like the Pharisees you quote scripture without understanding or the spirit. The words of God turn to dust in your mouth.






“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

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#35799 Aug 5, 2013
Student wrote:
Could there be any misunderstanding about the work that Christ Jesus said was to be done by his true followers until the conclusion of the system of things?
Hardly so.

And could any group fail more miserably than the Watchtower cult? You have failed Yahweh in that your cult has turned to lies.

You have failed Yahweh in that you slander and distort his words.

You have failed Yahweh in committing false prophecy.

You have failed Yahweh in, like the Pharisees, you quote scripture without spirit or understanding.

You have failed Yahweh in putting yourself above his children.

You have failed Yahweh in denying his spirit.

You have failed Yahweh in that you have listened to MEN (the Watchtower) instead of Yahweh or Jesus.

You have failed Yahweh in failing to learn about the God of love.

You have failed Yahweh in failing to keep your spirit open to his instruction.

You have failed Yahweh in presuming to teach that which you do not actually know.

You have failed Yahweh in not recognizing his Kingdom is already present and has been present since the beginning!

You have failed Yahweh in believing in false Gods (The WatchTower and the "Governing Body") and putting your faith in them instead of him.

You have failed Yahweh through your cults lies, protection of molesters and murders while ignoring the cries of the slain and abused.

You have failed Yahweh is too many ways to list here. But just as important you fail yourself and will be accountable.

Did Jesus advocate closing your eyes and becoming voluntarily blind?
By no means! He healed the blind.

Did Jesus advocate closing your ears and becoming voluntarily deaf?
By no means! He healed the deaf!

Did Jesus accept Satan's temptation to take the easy route!
By no means! He rejected Satan.

His followers, if they wish to be considered his followers, must follow in his footsteps.

Do not be afraid of the truth. SEEK IT.

Seek and you will find.
You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you FREE!

Bury your head in the sand and you have sealed your fate.

“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#35800 Aug 5, 2013
Failed Student.

You are an apostate.


Now, lets play a game. It is called:
Pharisees OR Jehovah's witnesses.

Try to decide which of these are JW beliefs and which Pharisee beliefs.

1. We have the one true teaching ordained by God
2. The scriptures are absolutely correct
3. Resurrection of the dead.
4. Saved by works, not grace
5. Believe they will be the benefactors of God in the end.
6. Do not believe in hell
7. Diligently study the word (without spiritual understanding)


And the answers are:

1. Both
2. Both
3. Both
4. Both
5. Both
6. Both
7. Both


So, basically the Pharasees (the group that Jesus spent the most time preaching against) believe the same things modern JW's believe.

It boggle the mind.

“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

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#35801 Aug 5, 2013
Student wrote:
Now in modern times a similar work must be done and we too know how to do it.
We have the accounts of Jesus’ ministry and how the disciples successfully carried out disciple-making work in the first century of our era.
Today we are practical also and have used all productive possibilities for spreading the good news to make disciples, including such modern facilities as the printed page, electrical voice-amplification equipment for large meetings, radio broadcasting, telephones, photography, recordings, and so forth.
However, one of our most effective ways of making disciples is by going from house to house, locating interested people and arranging to study the Bible with them in the privacy of their own homes.
Additionally, people are spoken to while traveling, at places of business, during lunchtime, in parks, on public streets, at schools, or wherever opportunities present themselves. With so many different ways open to share in giving the witness, all Christians can find means to participate in it. In some instances the work of making disciples is a cooperative effort of more than one person, just as it was in the first century when Paul explained that he “planted, Apollos watered, but God kept making it grow.”—1 Cor. 3:6.
With the blessing of Jehovah God upon this disciple-making activity, our work has now spread around the world, to people of all the nations, and the number of those sharing in the work has increased to more than 8,000,000 Christian witnesses of Jehovah.—Matt. 24:14.(Making Disciples, p. 270)

There is no such thing as a jehovah. It is a sound with no linage except an ignorant spanish monk.

Christian and Jehovah Witness in the same sentence constitutes an oxymoron.

Q. How many false prophets does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. Jehovah witnesses think 6,000,000 isn't enough!



“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

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#35802 Aug 5, 2013
yon wrote:
By 1925 3/4 of the Bible Students were already gone.

They are pretty stupid as a group, but they did figure out (at the upper levels) that the end was not really coming and they had to stop predicting it would if they wanted to keep their phoney balloony jobs as gods dream team.

'Keep them in suspense and keep the cash rolling in' is the new moto of the governing body.

They are shameless.


Interesting tidbit.

"Raymond Franz claimed that in 1980, unease with doctrines surrounding the significance of 1914 surfaced within the Governing Body. In February of that year, three Governing Body members—aware that those who had been alive in 1914 were dying out despite the teaching that their generation would live to see Armageddon—proposed a doctrinal change to identify the "generation" who would see Armageddon as those who witnessed the 1957 launch of the Russian satellite Sputnik, which would be considered a 'sign in heaven'. The proposal, which would have extended the deadline for Armageddon by 43 years, failed to gain a majority vote.[36][37] Former Witnesses James Penton and Heather and Gary Botting claimed that internal dissatisfaction with official doctrines continued to grow, leading to a series of secret investigations and judicial hearings. As a result, the Governing Body led a purge of dissenting Brooklyn headquarters staff in April and May 1980.[38][39][40] Raymond Franz claimed he was forced to resign from the Governing Body, and he was later disfellowshipped from the religion.

The Watch Tower Society responded with a new, hardened attitude towards the treatment of expelled Witnesses.[38][39][41] In his 1997 study of the religion, Penton concluded that since Raymond Franz's expulsion in 1980, the Governing Body displayed an increased level of conservatism, sturdy resistance to changes of policy and doctrines, and an increased tendency to isolate dissidents within the organization by means of disfellowshipping.[42]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governing_Body_o...

What a group of dishonest, power mad, bastards.

“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

Location hidden

#35803 Aug 5, 2013
yon wrote:
<quoted text>
"The most significant split began in 1917 following the election of Joseph Franklin Rutherford as president of the Watch Tower Society two months after Russell's death. The schism began with Rutherford's controversial replacement of four of the Society's board of directors and publication of the The Finished Mystery."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bible_Student_mo...

Wow. You don't have to go digging for dirt on the JW cult. It is everywhere.

And THEY have the testicles to talk about the Catholics. Shameful.
Student

Oregon City, OR

#35804 Aug 5, 2013
Daily Text


Tuesday, August 6

I am more outstandingly [a minister of Christ]: in labors more plentifully, in prisons more plentifully, in blows to an excess, in near-deaths often.—2 Cor. 11:23.

Preaching with zeal and urgency is vital to keeping on the watch. The apostle Paul was an outstanding example in this regard. He exerted himself zealously, traveling extensively and establishing many congregations. He endured many hardships, yet he never lost his zeal or his sense of urgency.(2 Cor. 11:24-29) Consider our last glimpse of Paul in the book of Acts, as recorded in Acts chapter 28. Paul arrived in Rome, where he was to appear before Nero. He was kept in custody, perhaps chained to his guard. Yet, no chain could silence the zealous apostle! Paul continued to find ways to bear witness. After three days, Paul summoned the principal men of the Jews in order to give them a witness. Then, on a chosen day, he gave an even greater witness.—Acts 28:17, 23, 24.(Examining the Scriptures Daily 2013)
Student

Oregon City, OR

#35805 Aug 5, 2013
What Do Jehovah’s Witnesses Believe?
“We think it proper to hear from you what your thoughts are, for truly as regards this sect it is known to us that everywhere it is spoken against.”(Acts 28:22) These community leaders in first-century Rome set a fine example. They wanted to hear from the source, rather than from outside critics alone.

Similarly, Jehovah’s Witnesses today are often spoken against, and it would be a mistake to expect to learn the truth about them from prejudiced sources. So we are pleased to explain to you some of our principal beliefs.

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35806 Aug 5, 2013
The Bible, Jesus Christ, and God

We believe that “all Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial.”(2 Timothy 3:16) And although some have claimed that we are not really Christians, this is simply not true. We endorse completely the apostle Peter’s testimony regarding Jesus Christ:“There is not another name under heaven that has been given among men by which we must get saved.”—Acts 4:12.

However, since Jesus said that he is “God’s Son” and that the “Father sent me forth,” Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that God is greater than Jesus.(John 10:36; 6:57) Jesus himself acknowledged:“The Father is greater than I am.”(John 14:28; 8:28) Thus we do not believe that Jesus is equal with the Father, as the Trinity doctrine says. Rather, we believe that he was created by God and that he is subordinate to Him.—Colossians 1:15; 1 Corinthians 11:3.

In the English language, God’s name is Jehovah. The Bible says:“Thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth.”(Psalm 83:18, King James Version) In keeping with this declaration, Jesus placed great emphasis on God’s name, teaching his followers to pray:“Our Father in the heavens, let your name be sanctified.” And he himself prayed to God:“I have made your name manifest to the men you gave me.”—Matthew 6:9; John 17:6.

Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that they should be like Jesus in making God’s name and purposes manifest to others. Hence we have taken the name Jehovah’s Witnesses because we imitate Jesus,“the Faithful Witness.”(Revelation 1:5; 3:14) Appropriately, Isaiah 43:10 says to God’s representative people:“‘You are my witnesses,’ is the utterance of Jehovah,‘even my servant whom I have chosen.’”

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35807 Aug 5, 2013
The Kingdom of God

Jesus taught his followers to pray,“Let your kingdom come,” and he made that Kingdom the dominant theme of his teaching.(Matthew 6:10; Luke 4:43) Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the Kingdom is a real government from heaven, that it will rule over the earth, and that Jesus Christ is its appointed invisible King.“The government shall be upon his shoulder,” the Bible says.“Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end.”—Isaiah 9:6, 7, KJ.

However, Jesus Christ will not be the only king of God’s government. He will have many corulers with him in heaven.“If we go on enduring,” the apostle Paul wrote,“we shall also rule together as kings.”(2 Timothy 2:12) The Bible indicates that those humans who are resurrected to rule with Christ in heaven are limited to “the hundred and forty-four thousand, who have been bought from the earth.”—Revelation 14:1, 3.

Of course, any government must have subjects, and Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that billions more besides these heavenly rulers will receive everlasting life. Eventually the earth, transformed into a beautiful paradise, will be filled with these worthy subjects of God’s Kingdom, all submitting to the reign of Christ and his corulers. Thus Jehovah’s Witnesses are firmly convinced that the earth will never be destroyed and that the Bible’s promise will be fulfilled:“The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will reside forever upon it.”—Psalm 37:29; 104:5.

But how will God’s Kingdom come? By all peoples’ voluntarily submitting to God’s government? On the contrary, the Bible realistically shows that the coming of the Kingdom will require God’s direct intervention in earth’s affairs:“The God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be brought to ruin. And the kingdom itself ... will crush and put an end to all these kingdoms, and it itself will stand to times indefinite.”—Daniel 2:44.

When will God’s Kingdom come? On the basis of Bible prophecies now being fulfilled, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe it will come very soon. We invite you to consider some prophecies foretelling features of “the last days” of this wicked system of things. They are recorded at Matthew 24:3-14; Luke 21:7-13, 25-31; and 2 Timothy 3:1-5.

Because we ‘love Jehovah our God with our whole heart, soul, mind, and strength, and our neighbor as ourself,’ we are undivided nationally, racially, and socially.(Mark 12:30, 31) We are widely noted for the love that is manifested among our Christian brothers who are found in all nations.(John 13:35; 1 John 3:10-12) Thus we maintain a neutral position toward the political affairs of those nations. We try to be like Jesus’ early disciples, of whom he said:“They are no part of the world, just as I am no part of the world.”(John 17:16) We believe that keeping separate from the world means avoiding the immoral conduct so common today, including lying, stealing, fornication, adultery, homosexuality, misuse of blood, idolatry, and other such things condemned in the Bible.—1 Corinthians 6:9-11; Ephesians 5:3-5; Acts 15:28, 29.

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Student

Oregon City, OR

#35808 Aug 5, 2013
Hope for the Future

Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that our present life in this world is not all there is. We believe that Jehovah sent Christ to earth to pour out his lifeblood as a ransom so that humans can have a righteous standing with God and receive everlasting life in a new system of things. As an apostle of Jesus said:“We have been declared righteous now by his blood.”(Romans 5:9; Matthew 20:28) Jehovah’s Witnesses are deeply grateful to God and his Son for this ransom provision that makes a future life possible.

Jehovah’s Witnesses have complete confidence in a future life, based on a resurrection from the dead under God’s Kingdom. We believe, as the Bible teaches, that when a person dies his existence really ceases, that “in that day his thoughts do perish.”(Psalm 146:3, 4; Ezekiel 18:4; Ecclesiastes 9:5) Yes, future life for the dead is based on God’s remembrance of them in a resurrection.—John 5:28, 29.

However, Jehovah’s Witnesses are convinced that many now living will survive when God’s Kingdom brings an end to all present governments and, as Noah and his family survived the Flood, they will live on to enjoy life forever on a cleansed earth.(Matthew 24:36-39; 2 Peter 3:5-7, 13) But we believe that survival is dependent upon meeting Jehovah’s requirements, as the Bible says:“The world is passing away ..., but he that does the will of God remains forever.”—1 John 2:17; Psalm 37:11; Revelation 7:9, 13-15; 21:1-5.

Obviously, it is not possible here to cover all the beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses, but we invite you to obtain further information.

Unless otherwise indicated, all Bible quotations are from the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures (T-14)

“I am Sisyphus”

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#35810 Aug 6, 2013
"To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them." (Isaiah 8:20, KJV)

“I am Sisyphus”

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#35811 Aug 6, 2013


Watchtower Brainwashing indoctrination video.

Have barf bag handy when you watch this.

“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

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#35812 Aug 6, 2013
Student wrote:
Hope for the Future
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that our present life in this world is not all there is.

2 Tim. 3:5

“I am Sisyphus”

Since: Nov 07

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#35813 Aug 6, 2013
Student wrote:
The Kingdom of God
Jesus taught his followers to pray,“Let your kingdom com

Matt 7:15-20

1 John 4:1-6


1 Peter 3:15
[translated to the modern idiom, "put up or shut up".


Matt 24:4-5 - Watchtower is the antichrist.

Matt 7:21-23 - Is lying, manipulating and harming people the will of Yahweh?

Mark 13:22

Rev 2:2 - I know you and your cult for what you are as does Jesus.

Acts 20:29-32

1 Tim. 4:1
2 Tim 4:1-5

Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16
Titus 1:10-16!!!!!!

Jer 23:1-40

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